الحقوق الاقتصادية والحق فى التنمية فى مصر
[The Economic Human Rights and The Right to Development in Egypt]
AbstractA summary of this paper was presented at the conference on "The Right To Development :20 Year After ,What Next", Sponsored by The National Council For Human Rights, Egypt, December 2006. The purpose of this paper is to review and analysis The Economic Human Rights and The Right to Development in Egypt.. Economic Human Rights are considered one of the basic human rights. In spite of the reforms which have been taken to increase enjoying Economic Human Rights in Egypt, It still compare poorly with other developing countries. Nearly 43.9% of the Egypt’s population lives on less than $2a day, and 16.7% barely survive on less than $1 a day. The main findings of this paper is that Improving the investment climate ,Developing SMES in Egypt, equity and Social Security are essential to enjoying economic human rights and to provide jobs and opportunities for young people and to build a more inclusive, balanced, and peaceful community.
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Date of creation: 10 Dec 2006
Date of revision: 15 Mar 2007
human rights; economic human rights; climateinvestment climate ; Developing SMES in Egypt; equity ; Social Security;
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